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UMass Global Reviews of Bachelor's in Organizational Leadership

5 Reviews

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Annual Tuition: $12,480

25% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
40% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Organizational Leadership

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Organizational Leadership

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Reviewed: 8/9/2019

Degree: Organizational Leadership

My first problem is with my counselor. As a first time student, I wasn't sure what I wanted to study initially. When I figured it out, I contacted my counselor and asked her to change my program, and she would not change it. The reason was that she wanted me to wait a few months to decide on a degree before changing it. I can understand where she is coming from, but I am the one paying so why question it? My second problem is with my Professor. I was confused on two assignments during my course.... Read More


Reviewed: 7/20/2016

Degree: Organizational Leadership

To admit you at the school is not just art but magical, they would do anything to provide you an admission. But as soon as you got admitted then it takes 2 to 5 days just to get a response for any concern or issue. Financial services are disastrous at this school, they find a reason to charge you left and write, for application, tests, materials, registration, dropping... basically anything you do wouldn't work without money. They find a reason to threat you and send your account to collections and... Read More


Reviewed: 7/27/2015

Degree: Organizational Leadership

Worst school ever, no name recognition, employer oriented and job market booster! Very expensive, so many hidden costs, urge you to lend, and promise to help but they don't help. After spending over $40,000 at this school they still refereed me to collection agency for $1500. It was not even my fault, the advisor didn't do her job and I had prove. They encouraged me to appeal but the board is on their paycheck and if they rule against it, how would they get paid. This organization is a joke when... Read More


Reviewed: 7/13/2015

Degree: Organizational Leadership

If you need a degree for knowledge or to be successful in work place, do yourself a favor and get an AA from a community college instead of a BA from Brandman. The educational system and curriculum is a joke, having piles of cash and still graduating with debt is normal with this system. It sucks the juice of life out of students for it's business. The degree won't even get you a job interview, and if somehow an employer just shot an arrow in dark and consider you for interview, it will be embarrassing... Read More

Jim Ernest

Reviewed: 4/19/2013

Degree: Organizational Leadership

I have had nothing but a great experiences with Brandman. Sometimes it feels like there is a lot of work to do, but this is college. You do have to earn a degree. I work more then full-time and have a family to take care of and I manage to get all A&B's.

Everything seems pretty streamlined as far as financial aid goes. I use the GI Bill and I have never had to do anything for my tuition. Brandman just took care of everything. I have only had one bad instructor, he was new and he was let go after... Read More

I have met many great people in the program and I believe everyone has the same opinion as I do. I have not had any problems with Blackboard through Brandman. Everything online is relatively simple after the first week of classes. I would recommend Brandman.


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